Spain Send-Off Package

On our Spain Send-Off Package get one-on-one support on your Spain working holiday visa application, guidance on finding accommodation, job, insurance and tons more; ensuring you arrive fully prepared to start your Spain Working Holiday.

Start Dates



1 - 12 months



Program Overview

¿Te apetece hacer tu Working Holiday en España? Whether you’re fluent in Spanish or a complete newbie, you’ll quickly become familiar with all the local lingo on a working holiday in Spain (if you are completely new to Spanish, our Kick-Start Spain Program will propel you into fluency with immersive Spanish lessons).

We will help you get your Spain Working Holiday Visa, provide you with resources for finding a job, assist you with setting up accommodation, and lots more. If you have travelled before and are quite independent, but would like our expertise in navigating your move to Spain, this program is for you.

What’s Included


  • Step-by-step assistance on your visa application
  • Information pack and resources on everything you need to know about living in Spain
  • Spanish resume templates, job resources and assistance
  • One-on-one orientation before your departure to guide you on setting up in Spain, from phone plans to finding a job, and so much more!
  • Secure an apartment or flat share with our trusted accommodation partners

In Country

  • Assistance with foreign registration documents
  • Support with health insurance registration
  • Ongoing support leading up to your trip and for the duration of your time in Spain

The Fun Stuff!

  • Invitation to connect with other Stepabroad Spain participants
  • Option to upgrade to our Kick-Start Spain Program for additional in-country support and language lessons

What’s Not Included:

Flights, medical insurance, visa and/or work permit application fees, cost of securing supporting documents, local transportation, food & rent.

What Will I Do?

On our Spain Working Holiday Send-Off Package, you decide where you want to live and the type of job you want – it is your ‘Working Holiday España’, after all. Your personal advisor will explain your work permit regulations, and give you the resources needed to find a job in Spain. From there, it’s up to you to find a job that suits you. For more support, you can always upgrade to our Kick-Start Spain Program.

Possible Working Holiday Jobs

  • Tutoring or teaching English
  • Restaurant, Bar and Kitchen Staff
  • Customer Service
  • Retail
  • Sales
  • Au Pair and Nannying
  • Marketing and Social Media
  • Plus more!

Want to Learn More?

Interested to chat with us to learn which program is right for you?

Let’s Get Started!

Leave anytime you want as this package is available year-round!

Please note: we highly recommend you get in touch at least six months before you plan to leave Canada so that you can make the most of our support.

Want More?

Kick-Start Spain

All the support of our Spain Send-Off Package in Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga or Valencia, Spanish language lessons and fun organized social events with other travellers!

UK Working Holiday

We can organize your UK working holiday visa while you are in Spain. Experience living in Spain and the UK on one epic European adventure! It would be a shame not to, since you'll be so close...

Travel Insurance

We know that travelling with peace of mind is important to you. That’s why it’s a good idea to have travel insurance in case something unexpectedly goes wrong while you’re abroad.


How long does the Spain Working Holiday Visa process take?

Processing times can vary depending on your local consulate, but most participants will receive their visa in around three to four months after beginning the application. Once your visa is approved, you will have 90 days to enter Spain and activate your work permit.

Can I apply for this program if I don’t live in Canada?

Unfortunately, it is a requirement of this visa that you are a current resident of Canada to be eligible to apply. Your supporting documents must be gathered in Canada, and you will need to submit your passport for processing while awaiting your visa decision. The consulate is strict with this requirement and may ask for additional documentation to prove your residency if they have any suspicion that you may not be residing in your home province.

Do I have to submit my application in person?

This will depend on which catchment area you fall under, as the rules vary between provinces. Thanks to our Recognized Organization (RO) status designated by International Experience Canada (IEC), Stepabroad has been able to negotiate an agreement with the Toronto Consulate for Spain that allows us to verify documentation remotely via mail. Participants living in Ontario (excluding the National Capital Region), Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon, Northwest Territories or Nunavut will be able to complete their applications without attending an in-person appointment. Unfortunately, this is not yet possible for residents of other provinces, who will need to visit either the Montreal or Ottawa consulates to complete their submissions.